Rewilding or ecological restoration is a form of land management that encourages natural processes to shape and restore landscapes. It follows the principle that nature should be given the opportunity to express itself with minimal human intervention, reclaiming environments we have ecologically degraded.
- Increase biodiversity
- Reinstate self-regulating, biodiverse landscapes
- Give ecosystems the flexibility and resilience to react to environmental change
- Restore people’s connection with nature
- Support local communities and encourage new opportunities
We are living in a period of mass extinction and global climate change; something needs to change. Rewilding an essential part of the solution to reverse the already significant losses our natural world has suffered. You can find out more about other rewilding projects here.